The Eyes of Thailand
Tells the true story of one woman's quest to help two elephant landmine survivors-Motala and Baby Mosha-walk on their own four legs.
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Cesar G (it) wrote: The cinematography in this movie is one of the best I have ever seen... Its mind boggling to me how serious foreign films take the art of film making, Behind the Sun is a movie of revenge and ultimately following your own path and NOT the one that is laid for you...
Othon L (mx) wrote: Very good movie on the delicate matter of mature attraction... KST as usual, is extra-ordinary if I may write it like that... and Sergi Lopez is very good too... a must.
Stacy P (ag) wrote: Min Maye needs to fall out of a plane in the Macross Series.........lol.
Tim L (ag) wrote: I'm glad I finally got to see one of the most influential pieces of British science fiction from the 1950's. And I'm pleased to say I wasn't disapointed. The writing, direction and acting are all great for the time, and you can tell the film-makers have thought about what they're doing - showing just the right amount of the action and leaving the rest to the audience's imagination. This is a technique often forgotten by many film-makers, and adds nicely to the suspense; letting the watcher become more involved in what they are watching. This, coupled with the black and white film and dark, brooding cinematography helps you appreciate why this film was effective in scaring the pants off movie/goers at the time, even if it's not particularly 'scary' by today's standards. The main character, an astronaught who becomes infected by a strange alien parasite, is excellently embodied by Richard Wordsworth, who genuinely looks emaciated, ill and terrified throughout. This gives, what could have easily fallen into 1950's 'B' Movie territory, a gravitas and reality that is enticing. The camera shots are also well thought out; employing focus, panning, tracking and lighting effects to further throw the watcher into the uneasy setting of the film. Overall, a very effective early science fiction film that is only equalled in my eyes by the superb original version of The Day The Earth Stood Still. I really want to see the TV serial now!
Rob A (ca) wrote: Another Bill Murray Wes Anderson pair up. Either you like this type of movie or you hate it, I really liked it.
Jennifer M (it) wrote: made me sad and happy